Kid's favourite Corn Casserole

Kid's favourite Corn Casserole


  • Melted Butter: 1/2 cup
  • Beaten Eggs: 2
  • Dry corn mix for bread: 8 ounces
  • Whole Kernal corn: 1 can
  • Creamed Corn: 1 can
  • Sour cream: 1 cup


This corn casserole dish is a winning recipe with kids and my absolute favorite whenever I am hosting a small gathering, birthday parties or meal times for my kid and his team of friends who simply gobble it up, every time. I love the clean plates they leave for me. I had always known that kids are fond of sweet corn but found it very hard to feed them corns in a salad. They absolutely hated the grown up food. I tried adding butter to it but it just didn’t work. I guess the freshness of salad needs a grown up attitude to understand. The kids are all about taste buds and that is exactly what this recipe is all about. You can add the much required kick in the taste buds using a whole stick of butter (Yes, a whole stick).

I would not recommend that you serve this every time your kid is hankering for something different but if your kid and his friends are looking forward to or just got back from burning a lot of calories then feed them this and set the record right for once and for all. The fat content in this corn casserole dish is just sufficient to take care of the growing nutrition needs of the young ones but keep it on reserve till a physically very active day is in sight. The ingredients make it for a sinful delight for the parents and other elders but what harm does a bite or two does, I say not a lot. So, go for it and serve your taste buds a bit too. It can often steal the limelight from the main dish; especially with your kids. This should be in the kid’s section at every meal table that you set for during the holiday season or at the family gatherings.

Let us get started. Before mixing the ingredients:

  • In the preparation time of 15 minutes, ensure first of all that your oven is set at 350 degrees so that it is heated to the right temperature when you have to put your casserole dish inside. If you forget to do so or simply do not want to do this because you feel that you have ample time to get the dish completed, go ahead and do not do it at this time. Just remember that this will mean that you will need to add 15 more minutes to your cooking time.

  • You can use a medium sized casserole dish and have it set out and ready to put the ingredients in once you have the mixture ready. But I do not suggest brushing the inside with butter yet. Do this after you have prepared the mixture.

Directions to prepare the mixture:

  1. Take a large bowl and pour the melted butter into it. To this add the eggs which you whisked and beaten properly in a separate bowl. Whisk this until the butter is completely taken in by the eggs.
  2. To this mix, now add the whole kernel corn. Do not add it directly from the can. Make sure that you drain the corns first. The fluid in the can will make the mixture too runny and the crunchiness of the final dish upon cooking will be lost.
  3. To this add the dry corn mix for bread and mix with a spoon.
  4. At this stage, it is very important to properly mix so that no lumps are formed and the mixture is smooth.
  5. With the help of the spoon, spread the mixture into the casserole dish after you have greased the base with butter.
  6. Once you have smoothened the spread, put the dish into oven and leave for at least 45 minutes or until you can see the top layer turn a golden brown.

Your kids are in for a treat with this corn casserole. Get ready to be showered with some love!